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How recession & inflation fears affect stocks: An investment professional weighs in

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Raindrops on Rallies and Wobbly Conviction Since the S&P’s most recent low on June 16, the market has made an attempt at a rally. Despite being …

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Yummy fruits & veggies that’ll keep you hydrated all summer long

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Phew — it’s a scorcher out there! There’s no denying that summers are getting hotter and hotter, and the 2022 season is already shaping up to be …

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Fun fact: ‘Toto’ made more than other ‘Wizard of Oz’ actors

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In the midst of the Great Depression, a small abandoned Cairn terrier puppy was adopted by a lovely German couple. This puppy was so traumatized she …

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It’s amazing pigeons ever survive to adulthood

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Birds are known for building incredible nests and raising their young in them. Then there are pigeons. The notoriously lazy birds take a “that’ll do, I’m …

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2-year-old orders 31 cheeseburgers from DoorDash

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You just can’t trust toddlers. Texas mom Kelsey Burkhalter Golden learned this the hard way. The young mother was working on the computer when her 2-year-old son, …

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Income streams that could help you stay afloat when money is tight

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You can make money in all sorts of ways. Perhaps you collect a paycheck every other week, or do freelance work that flows into your checking …

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Confidence in US Supreme Court sinks to new low

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Americans’ confidence in the Supreme Court has hit record lows, according to a new poll by Gallup. Only 25 percent of U.S. respondents said they had a …

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American pride hits new low

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Americans’ pride in their country has steadily fallen since Gallup started conducting a survey on the subject in 2001. Now, national pride in the U.S. has plummeted to …

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July 4 week could be deadliest of the year for drivers

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Drunk driving remains a significant problem throughout the country. But certain days are more dangerous on the roads than others. MoneyGeek analyzed historical data from the …

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Data shows how many Americans injured by fireworks on July 4

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As Americans get ready to celebrate the Fourth of July, a report has found that deaths and injuries from fireworks are increasing in the United States. …

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Here’s how they’re making fun of the Fourth of July in Poland

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So, get this. There is a group in Poland called 4th of July LARP that has recreated an American trailer park just outside the capital city of Warsaw. …

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What are Americans grilling this July 4?

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The Fourth of July is the most popular U.S. holiday for grilling, according to a 2020 survey of American grill owners. Some 68 percent of respondents …

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This summer’s best personal finance books

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We’ve got you covered if you’re looking for some good personal finance books to read. Whether you’re looking to learn about budgeting and saving, or you …

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Love online shopping? You need these promo-code hacks

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Online shopping is a favorite pastime. An art-form. And for some, an obsession. We know a thing or two about shopping online, which is why we …

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These summer cocktails scream Miami

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It’s summer and even if you don’t have a beach vacation planned, you can still get a taste of Miami no matter where you are. Miamians …

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These are the most affordable up-and-coming counties in America

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The rising cost of real estate has challenged many homebuyers in recent years. A 2021 survey found that about half of Americans (49%) considered the affordability of housing …

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Internet Explorer has died & someone had a headstone made

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Internet Explorer, the love-to-hate web browser from Microsoft, has died. Explorer was 26. In a move to focus on its faster browser, Microsoft Edge, Microsoft ended …

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Could an I bond protect your portfolio from inflation?

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As inflation rates rise, consumers are struggling to find room in the budget for rising costs. But inflation has been good for the performance of Series I …

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The cool new way your Ben & Jerry’s ice cream could help the climate

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Do cows eat seaweed? On a Ben & Jerry’s dairy farm, yes. In May, the popular ice cream maker announced that they’ll be putting their cattle …

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3 easy ways music lovers can save big on summer concerts

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With the third pandemic summer just around the corner, music fans are gearing up for the return of concerts and music festivals. And according to the …

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Internet Explorer is dead & someone commissioned a headstone

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Internet Explorer, the love-to-hate web browser from Microsoft, has died. Explorer was 26. In a move to focus on its faster browser, Microsoft Edge, Microsoft ended …

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3 great smart TVs for outdoor watching

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In recent years, smart home living has expanded outside the home. It has become easier to set up and manage outdoor living thanks to the expansion …

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LGBTQ+ couples still can’t adopt in these countries

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  In many countries, it is still illegal for members of the LGBTQ+ community to adopt and foster children. The following map uses data from the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans …

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22 ways high inflation could impact your next money moves

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Inflation is making almost everything more expensive, including buying and selling a home.Skyrocketing home values give sellers a lot of options. Competition is so high that …

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The shocking financial hurdles LGBTQ+ Americans face

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In recent years, research has revealed a significant disparity in the financial well-being of LGBTQ+ adults compared to the general population, particularly among transgender people and …

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Why real estate investors & homebuyers think Memphis is pretty rock ‘n’ roll

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Home to three Fortune 500 companies, one King of rock ‘n’ roll, and the largest pork barbecue-cooking competition in the world, Memphis is also coming into …

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A little nostalgia for all you ‘Guitar Hero’ fans out there

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  A long, long time ago, music/rhythm games were simple products, whether you were matching up beats in Amplitude, or trying to keep from “rappin’ awful” in Parappa …

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Elvis Presley once flew to Denver for this 8,000 calorie sandwich

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Was Elvis Presley even human? He was impossibly talented, almost fatally handsome, and boy, could he dance. Yet, Elvis had another talent that seemed to be …

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Love cats? Thank the Vikings

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Danger! Danger! Vikings ahead! This time they’ve brought small furry creatures that look quite condescending! Vikings are often portrayed as bloodthirsty, violent barbarians in literature and …

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The most patriotic cities & towns in America

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As a nation, it’s important to commemorate those who have dedicated their lives to the defense of their fellow citizens. From California to the New York …